I'm working up the artwork so that I can do this disc on request. I hand cut this mask the one time I did this disc. I took it to Illinois to sell it and everyone admired it but no one bought it. Back home at Baycourt I sold it for the price I wanted.
Jon says the Big Ten logos sell anywhere because the Big Ten graduates tend to disperse around the midwest and the rest of the country after graduation. I'll go with that.
This is my idea for these masked items that I put a lot of hours in getting them ready for the plotter: I'm going to price them at my tournaments for close to the price this kind of stuff gets on e-bays. People who finish in the prizes will get a coupon that will bring them down to something much more affordable.
This is the artwork I'm modifying and cleaning up:
I'm reducing it to three colors and increasing the resolution from the original artwork that I borrowed from a website. I'm also taking some of the irregularly rounded lines in the headdress and making them straight lines, more like American Indian artwork. This is the best version of the face I've found, so I'm leaving the face alone except to increase the resolution and reduce it to two colors, blue and white. Right now it is 14 shades of blue.
[Edit: I eliminated the work in progress from glowfoto. The finished art is on glowfoto.]